Sabinet’s in-depth South African legislative, judicial and legal research collection complements Afriwise’s offering focusing on the rest of Africa. Combining these resources provides a unique and valuable offering to our clients.
Sabinet Financial Regulatory Instruments is a consolidated service that includes South African Reserve Bank and FSCA Regulatory Instruments on a single platform – with notifications to all legislation as well as future legislation.
All consolidated South African acts, rules and regulations since 1910 with precise updates in full text.
Sabinet Provincial Legislation All acts and ordinances across nine provinces with point-in-time search functionality.
All municipal by-laws across nine provinces with weekly updates.
All up-to-date Bargaining Council Agreements for all Registered Bargaining Councils.
Unreported and reported judgments from South African courts with dedicated what’s new section.
CCMA and Bargaining Council Awards from 1996 to present.
At-a-glance access to customised legal and compliance obligations.
Government and Parliament
Online South African Gazetted information from 1994 to present – with daily updates.
Gazetted information from nine provinces from 1995 to present.
Government Gazettes from 1910 – 1993 and Provincial Gazettes from 1910 – 1994.
A structured overview of the entire parliamentary catalogue and associated legislative processes.
Access to draft bills and other documents sourced from parliament.
An early warning service for industry-specific legislative changes and developments.
Parliamentary monitoring provides you with the Parliamentary documents for your specific chosen fields of interest. Daily emails ensure you are kept abreast of the ever changing legislative environment that impacts your business.
Comprehensive, searchable collection of full text African journals from or about Africa.
Access to over 690 industry reports that provide key insights into markets, risk management, compliance, and supply chain management.
Reported and unreported labour and pension fund judgments.